LONDON, ENG. B. FELDMAN. NEW 1 PLAZA MUSIC CO. NEW YORK IUSIC CT l^3WEsiigsf? p,ANO SOLO PRICE 50^ Z?^ rn NEW YORK ™«OHTO. CANADA. g ■ ■#, MUSIC CO. w . R. draper. Jnrrrr J?Z1 ~~ NEWYOF NEW YORK CHICAGO, ILL. X.P PAIVA BvtTPAULL PR1CE $ ' .°-° CROWN MuSlCCbr >s ^JTERPRISE MUSIC CO. F - J - A - FORSTER CO. COLOMBO, CEYLON. ' ' ' ' ' — --^ i. ALBERT £«SON, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. ^ copyright for all countries. LITMWY A.HOEN S CO. mCHMOND,VA Dawn Of The Century March By E. T. PAULL Author of "Ben Hur Charlot^RaceMarch Con spirito PIANO< yn'Ufjf mp s r- i S@ mf w ^ illtl jjgjp|| M 1 •-B ff *ZB ^ ^ I S a Pf h. 5 S il 5 ^# FwHf m g tfjnji i FjifjlTjtT ji i jnsif? H E3E * JTETT € fits U Jlifjlrf JrfJI £$ S f . £ £■ * * * i £=£ ai 9^ i^^WJftf * ^ PP PP #W# P? ^#Pi Brillante m £ jC :=-♦# P fa h- fe b gplf ^ ^^^^^^^ lisp *^- #— * MM Copyright MDCCCC by E. T. 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EACH PIECE MAGNIFICENTLY LITHOGRAPHED IN FIVE COLORS E. T. Paull is recognized throughout the entire country as being one of the greatest March writers of the present time. He has been given the sobriquet "The New March King," by the two leading musical journals of the United States, The New York Music Trade Review and The Music Trades. His compositions give universal satisfaction. All of his marches are won- derfully stirring, bright, catchy, and inspiring throughout. One of the chief characteristics of Mr. Paull's compositions is that they lay well under the fingers and are comparatively easy to play. Ben Hur Chariot Race Paull Great seller, universal favorite. Charge of the Light Brigade Paull Companion to Chariot Race. America Forever March Paull One of E. T. PaUll's best marches. Dawn of the Century March Paull Magnificent March and 2-Step. Ice Palace March and 2-Step Paull Very Bright and brilliant. N. Y. and Coney Island Cycle March Paull Fine Bass solo. Time well marked. We'll Stand by the Flag March Paull Fine Martial Swing. The Midnight Flyer Paull-Hager The great railroad march. The Jolly Blacksmiths Braham-Paull Clank of Anvils. Specially fine trio. Warming up in Dixie Paull Great cake walk. Good swing. Uncle Jasper's Jubilee Paull Characteristic cake walk and 2-step. The Stranger's Story Waltz Paull Pretty, melodious, easy to play. The Witch's Whirl Waltzes Paull Descriptive, Fairies, elves, old witch, etc. Home Coming March Paull One of E. T. Paull's later marches. It has been made descriptive, representing the Home Comii < or Old Home Week. Try Flash-Light March Ellis-Paull A very pretty, easy march to play, fine melody and a favorite with those who play. The Race Course March-Two Step Glogau-Paull Full of life. Contains a fine trio. Easy to play. Lincoln Centennial Grand March Paull The only grand march that has been written in recent years. Every one desiring a specially fine piece of music should have a copy of this great march. Nothing better. The Romany Rye (Intermezzo) Paull The great gypsy dance. Try it. The The Midnight Fire Alarm Lincoln-Paull Descriptive march. Fire bells, etc. A Signal from Mars March Taylor- Paull Nothing better. Try it. Arizona March Smith-Paull Ask to see this piece. Dance of the Fire Flies Sentenis Paull Gavotte. Be sure to try this. aenteniS-rauU The Hurricane March Aloert-Paull One of the latest and best marches published. " F The Masquerade (March and Two-Step) . Krell-Paull Our new march, magnificent trio. A favorite with everyone who hears it. Get a copy. The Triumphant Banner March p ail n A wonderfully bright, brilliant and stirring' mar'ch,' with ' a mag- nificent finale. Just published. The Storm King March Paull A special introduction, representing distant ' rumbie 'oV 'thunder lightning flashing, the Storm King, etc. The Circus Parade March and Two-Step p au ll Descriptive march, representing entrance of equestriennes, cav- aliers, clowns, acrobats, charioteers, etc. Ziz, March and Two-Step Feltman-Paull The peculiar name indicates the piece. Full of life, vim, dash and go. Great swing. Once played always a favorite. Easily remembered. Paul Reveres Ride (March Galop) p au ll Descriptive, horse galloping, cry of alarm, battle of" Lexington, and Concord, enemy routed, etc. This is one of E. T. Paull's greatest marches. Silver Sleigh Bells (Novelette) p au ll One of the best descriptive pieces ever written, by E. T Paull Describes a sleigh ride, all aboard, silver bells, church chimes, rail- road crossing, a race, homeward bound, etc. Simply try it. The Burning of Rome p au u E. T. Paull's masterpiece and one of the greatest marches ever written. Descriptive: representing the beginning and finish of a chariot race, parade of victors, evening song of Christians, alarm of fire, people in frenzy rushing wildly through the streets, fire fiercely burning, crashing of walls, etc. NAPOLEON'S LAST CHARGE-March-Gallop. WRITTEN and ARRANGED BY E. T. PAULL. This is positively one of the Greatest March Compositions ever written. Mr. Paull spent nearlv two years on this piece to have it the best published. It represents the downfall of Napoleon, the mightv conqueror of Europe, at the Battle of Water- loo. It has been made descriptive throughout, and represents the Bugle Call to Arms, Cavalry Call, Army Marching and l^orrningLme of Battle, Band Playing and Cannonading; Cavalry Advancing; Horses Galloping; Clash of Arms, Death in the Sunken Trench, etc. Every one who plays or uses music in any way should certainly have a copy of this great piece. FOR SALE BY ALL MUSIC DEALERS. SPECIAL NOTICE.— If for any reason your Music Dealer cannot supply you with any of the pieces named above, then write direct to the Publishers, for complete catalogues, and the special prices that will be given on same, which will be sent free, postpaid, to any one addressing the Publishers: E. T. PAULL MUSIC CO., 243 West 42nd Street, New York.